Attend ‘Steering the Ship with Teens Aboard’ April 16
Keller ISD will host a free parent seminar entitled “Steering the Ship with Teens Aboard” on April 16, aimed at helping parents of teens navigate the waters of MIDDLE SCHOOL and high school.
The event was originally SCHEDULED for March 5, but was postponed due to inclement winter weather.
“Steering the Ship” will be presented by Ryan Smith, LPC, LMFT, a Family Support Counselor with Mesquite ISD. At the event, parents can expect to:
Learn strategies to successfully navigate the changing waters of communication, discipline, social media, and much more.
Learn effective approaches to raising a teenager.
Learn strategies to support secondary students struggling to find their place.
Learn strategies to support students struggling with what to do before, during, and after high school.
The presentation will also include a Drug Trends update by Marcene Weatherall, Keller ISD COORDINATOR of Drug and Alcohol Intervention Services.
“Steering the Ship” will BEGIN at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, April 16, at Keller High School (601 N. Pate-Orr Road), preceded by a free dinner from 5:45-6:15 p.m. in the KHS Cafeteria. Childcare will be provided.
Click here to register for the event, or contact KHS Intervention Counselor Danny Ross at danny.ross@KellerISD.net or 817-744-1414. Everyone must register, even if you were already REGISTERED FOR the March 5 event. (This is a change from what was initially publicized when the event was rescheduled.)